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on washington and one of the most historic speeches of all time. dr. martin luther king jr. 's i have a dream speech. president obama was among the thousands who gathered on the national mall in washington to honor those who marched and thought for civil rights. here in the bay area, kron 4's haaziq madyun caught up with someone who was there for the original gathering and marched back in 1963. >> yes. >> reporter: you are look at a newspaper clipping photo of the legendary former oakland parts and recks supervisor paterson. taken when he was at the historic march on washington. >> king was a catalyst. >> reporter: on this 50th anniversary of king's i have a dream speech, patterson reflects on being there that monumental day. >> you think all these folk are going to washington. am i going to go to? nothing kept me back. >> reporter: nothing held back patterson who developed such great oakland sports luminaries like kirk flood and bill russell. always inspiring others, however, patterson says it was king who inspired him as he it is on the board of directors on the east bay municipal utility d
and the note. >> in spokane, washington. hundreds gathered at a vigil in honor of a world war ii veteran beaten to death by two teens. people of all ages - from young kids to fellow veterans - were there to pay tribute to delbert "shorty" belton. the crowd sang god bless the usa and amazing grace. and chanted out u-s-a. about a dozen people spoke at the vigil. family and friends described belton as a kind, sweet and gentle man who would give you the shirt off his back. >> i am really amazed. i didn't know it would go this big, um, but i am so glad. it shows the support of the community. it shows we won't tolerate this. >> he would never ask for anything in return, time, friendship, laughter he'll be greatly missed. he was such a wonderful, wonderful uncle. >> one suspect, 16-year-old demetrius glenn is in custody and facing charges for belton's death. a second suspect remains at- large. amanda knox plans to stay italy. still to come. the governor declares a state of emergency for san francisco as the yosemite fire nears our power andwe talk to a member of the governor's office of emergency serv
day in washington's d.c.'s history. this is a live picture from the m l kay jr. memorial. we will take you back to the march on washington. and tensions in syria rising after the united nations confirmed chemical weapons were used in an attack last week. what countries are going to make sure these attacks stop. >>erica: we will continue with a cooling trend for the next couple of days. i do want to take a look at temperatures right now. you will notice low sixties in fairfield and concord. and and very mild and 67 degrees. we see upper 50s for downtown san francisco. i do want to focus on afternoon highs. let's start things off on the east bay. on the creek at 89 degrees. upper 80s for the san ramon valley temperatures mainly in the '70s on the east bayshore live in plenty of sunshine expected. they were today as 75 degrees it's going to be a beautiful day in the south bay. take a look at these numbers 80 the common number for sunnyvale cupertino. 85 degrees and campbell. downtown's san francisco just a degree cooler than yesterday low seventies for san mateo and low 80s expected the r
. >> the washington post co. has a new owner. jeff bezos, the founder of amazon has purchased the newspaper for $250 million. he bought the paper as an individual and not through amazon. he says that he understands the newspapers critical role in washington and that it values will not change. this comes a day after the boston globe was sold to the owner of the boston red sox. the globe sold for $70 million. the new york times co. bought it for 1.1000000020 years ago. billion 20 years ago. line welcome back to opening bell on wall street. u.s. exports are on all arise. they are headed three and half below. this is good news. >> ashton kuchersher will be playing steve jobs. >> we are tracking a big red that is carrying a large load of lumber. this is so heavy that they cannot deal with it. caltran had to stand for a another tow truck. this is likely to be out there for some time. this is our house bought a again today. thankfully it is only one lane that is blocked. nevertheless the impact is going to be felt. the drive time is now over 20 minutes. the 880 approach to the bay bridge is also backed up.
. brian todd, cnn, washington st. >>anny: a kron4 morning news continues after this break. you've got your weather and traffic and headlines. >>: welcome back. time now is 415 on here tuesday. a little milder for some locations. here's a look at the forecast and traffic with erica. >>erica: absolutely. temperatures man and a 50s but not dealing with extensive cloud cover. in fact, the clouds only extend about 20 mi. from the coast line. you will notice, really know '60s on the board. antioch at 59 degrees. 57 in oakland and downtown san francisco boasted these salt a chilly start to your morning and napa. falling into the afternoon, taking a look at highs. started out at the east bay, 90s on the board for the brentwood. the upper eighties through the san ramon valley tariffs as we had to the shoreline, the east bay is still pretty nice with all '70s for san leandro and oakland. upper 60s for those of you in berkeley. took a look at fremont a high of 74 degrees. it is going to feel very nice out there very pleasant pretty comfortable day in the south bay. downtown's san francisco, a little
an amber alert has now been issued in oregon and washington after two children were kidnaped in southern california. where the suspect vehicle was last spotted and where authorities think he is headed. a cooling off period is on the line, and talks of another possible bart strike could begin again. both sides spoke on the issue yesterday. the next steps for the board of inquiry. thousands of firefighters are battling a wildfire burning in california. the latest on the injuries and damaged it has caused. good morning everyone, thank you for joining us this thursday august 8th. i'm james fletcher. the c-h-p is trying to figure out what caused an accident that killed on person and injured another near woodside. the accident happened last night around 7 on skyline boulevard about three miles south of la honda road. butone person was not breathing when paramedics arrived and was pronounced. a second person was airlifted to stanford hospital with major injuries. police in foster city are investigating a crash that the crash happened just before 4 o clock yesterday afternoon on metr
in idaho. now the f-b-i is saying the entire operation will now be reviewed by a team from washington. >> marty: the search is still on for missing oakland woman sandra coke. authorities say, a woman's body was found in vacaville friday but they have not released her i-d. coke, who is a federal investigator, went missing last sunday. police say she was seen in the company of her long- time ex-boyfriend on the day of her disapearance. he is identified as 56-year- old randy alana. police have named him a person of interest in the case. alana is a registered sex offender. he was arrested on an unspecified parole violation earlier this week and has been questioned. this morning, coke's family and friends are holding out hope that she is still alive. they refused to speak until the body found has been identified. stick with kron 4 news and we'll keep you updated on this developing story. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend. an update on the wildfire burning in southern california and the flooding in colorado. we will be right back. (music) >> marty: firefighters expect to have the so calle
and in this instance we were luckyfor a while" >> in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news >> in washington d.c., more women are taking the helm when it comes to law enforcement. right now, the dea, secret service, d.c. metro police, and the fbi's washington field office are all headed by women. in some cases, it is the first time some of these departments are being directed by a woman. but women are still vastly underrepresented outside of washington. at last count, there were just 219 women holding chief jobs in the united states. in more than $14 and police agencies. 14,000 police stations. >> coming up on kron 4 morning news. the search is over for sandra coke. her body was identified yesterday after being found in vacaville. that story coming up. >> we are keeping an eye on bay area weather as we are expecting more pleasant temperatures. >> good morning. the time right now is for 20 6:00 a.m.. today will be a little bit warmer than yesterday. the temperatures will be in the upper 70's. we're talking 60's coast side but the temperatures will slide as we get to the end of the week. more on your bac
a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> washington and mark wahlberg. are teaming up for a new movie. and the smurfs are back in theaters for more shenanigans. carl azuz has a preview of this week's new releases. in now showing. for high octane action and comedic dialogue --- check out "2 guns" this weekend. the thriller stars denzel washington and mark wahlberg. washington's character, a dea agent has to team up with a naval intelligence officer played by wahlberg. their mission. to infiltrate a mexican drug operation and recover millions of dollars. but there is just one problem. neither knows the other is an undercover federal agent. working together also proves difficult for the pair. after they botch their assignment.their superiors want them in jail or dead. "2 guns" is rated r. >> reporter: if you're looking for a movie the whole family will enjoy -- try the "smurfs 2". the animated sequel features famous voices like, christina ricci, katy perry, and george lopez. the smurfs team up with their human friends played by neil patrick harris and jayma mays to rescue
gonna be three presidents up there. as you look at the mountain, the order was jefferson, washington, and lincoln. believe it or not, jefferson was on the other side of washington for 18 months. after 18 months of work, they just got done doing his nose, they're working on his mouth, and they ran into some bad rock. they couldn't carve it. there was only one thing to do. borglum had his men go up there, drill behind jefferson, pack it full of dynamite, and they blew jefferson right off the mountain. now, the order changed. they moved jefferson where he is today, that moved lincoln down further where he is, and now they had room to add theodore roosevelt. >> how much further? >> oh, not too far. got to go up the stairs, and we're gonna be there. >> how'd the workers get up here? >> well, believe it or not, it was a climb of over 760 stairs every morning from down by the studio, walk right up this way. and then in 1936, the upgraded train-car system would carry five people. so you got a free ride up in the morning, walked down at night. are you ready? >> all right, let's go. >> okay. >
have a dream speech " to join the mt. washington. we will have a live report from the nation's capital. >> here is a live look outside from the golden gate bridge. one of the way is to get around the bay bridge closure this week. we will be right back. a7 >> welcome back. britain says it will put forward a resolution to the u.n. security council condemning the syrian government for the alleged chemical attack that has killed hundreds of civilians. the decision came as momentum appeared to build for western military action against syria, with the u.s. and france saying they are in position for a military strike. the prospect of a u.s.-led intervention into syria's civil war stems from the west's assertion - still not endorsed by u.n. inspectors - that president bashar assad's government was responsible for an alleged chemical attack on civilians outside damascus on aug. 21, which assad denies. doctors without borders says the attack killed 355 people. >> the new york times experienced widespread website outages that may have been the work of syrian hackers. yesterday visitors to the ny-
on washington and the speech of dr. martin luther king jr.. and we are here to live with more teen coverage stay with us morning is coming up. >> the flame of justice flicker and never died. and because they kept marching america change. >> pam: dr. martin luther king iconic i have a dream speech. president obama and two former presidents spoke as well as well of a number of the rights leaders. >> reporter: the bell rang as a celebration of progress and also have a call for action. >> he challenged our nation. >> reporter: on the same day in steps later >> his words beyond the long to ages leaving a power and prophecy and unmatched in our time. >> reporter: to former presidents. >> that his dream is still alive. >> that this march and that speech change america. >> let freedom ring was a doctor came closing call for a better and more just america! >> the march on washington teaches us that we are not that we are masters of our faith but it also teaches us that the promises of this nation will only be kept in one work together. >> reporter: one thing that has gone loss' and all this celebration l
-and-answer on the bags and post on its website about washington's law that was allows legalize marijuana use by adults over the national transportation safety board doesn't have much information to go on, as it investigates the crash of a u-p-s cargo plane. so far, officials have been unable to retrieve the flight data recorder or the cockpit voice recorder from the wreckage. andrew spencer reports. medical examiners are taking center stage in trial of the fort hood shooter nidal hasan. so far, doctors who examined seven of the 13 killed have described how some showed signs that they were shot while lying on the floor of a medical building at fort after a frenetic four days in which more than 60 people testified, the pace has sphere slowed as prosecutors have called investigators and experts to describe how shooting. hasan acknowledges the evidence against him shows he was the shooter and has put up a minimal defense. a nuclear monitoring group will hold a press conference today -- to discuss a new report that finds a high risk of terrorist attacks at some of the nation's nuclear out less than a week
he was attacked and robbed by two 16-year- old boys in spokane washington wednesday - and left to die. friends can't believe that delbert belton survived being shot at the battle of okinawa. and everything else nearly 9 decades of life can throw at you. only to be beaten to death by teenagers in a parking lot. friends say the man they&-pknewn outside this eagles lodge in spokane wednesday night. just about to go inside and play pool with his friends. police say 2 teenagers attacked him - smashing his face and head with heavy flashlights. >> it appears random. he was in a parking lot there was no indication that he knew these people prior to the assault. >> catherine: shorty died of his injuries thursday. here's surveillance video of the suspects.taken from local businesses. they're both 16. one of them was arrested early friday after turning cajonas word spread that police knew who they were. police were still looking for the 2nd 16-year-old - identified as kenan adams- kenard. tim dennison says shorty was a best friend for more than 20 years. the two men played pool and worked on old
. >> the washington national zoo is welcoming a panda. >> i got caught behavior in fatal badly i got caught-behavig badly -- with stanley roberts, next cut! i have no idea whats's going on. maybe you're the original really big chicken com, with curly fries and a drink for just $3.99. why the cowboyat? you're the barbecue chicken combo with two chicken patties, bacon, cheese, and barbecue sauc you also come with curly fries and a drink for $39. bubbles! i have no idea what's going on. >> stanley: what i can't understand is why when people get caught in the carpool lanes illegally they get mad at me >> how you doing this morning are going to roll your window up on me for real i'm out with the hayward office of the california highway patrol as they look for carpool cheats and i whish i could say they were hard pressed to find but they weren't but the funny part some don't even have a n excuse for their actions >> oh i use the carpool lane all the time, but when you >> stanley: saw him you divered over so it's kind of a what ever happenens happens huh i get em every few years and you can affo
to take a look at washington today. new york city today at 82. a lot 90s clifford denver. your 7 day around the bay forecast back here and the bay area as for traffic to to look at desperate your approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. only impacting cash payment customers. the golden gate bridge actually pretty busy for this time of morning. regardless no effect on your drive time. no accidents to report. >>anny:morning commute. jeff bezos, the founder of >>anny:fitch ratings says california has made notable says progress on its budgets, spending restraint, and reductions in budgetary debt. the rating applies to the 72 billion dollars in outstanding general obligation bonds. the upgrade follows an 'a' grade from standard and poor's in january. this is the first upgrade from fitch since january 2010. at the height of the financial crisis. the f-b-i is investigating whether a group who robbed >>james:a series of banks in the bay area over the past few months. may have struck again last week. police say a group of at least three men executed the earlier heists in millbrae and san franci
hastings last week. sources tell kron-4 that hastings *is the same officer who shot a washington state parolee back in august 2011. that parolee -- kenneth harding -- killed himself following a shootout with hastings and a fellow happening now. day one of the bay bridge shutdown. as caltrans gets ready to open the new span. crews are busy tearing apart the old bridge. we begin our bay bridge coverage tonight with kron4's grant lodes. with new video of the bay bridge grant? continuing our coverage now. kron4's dan kerman is live at the bay bridge toll plaza. he joins us now with a brand new tour of the new span. dan? bridge is on schedule for tuesday morning opening crew will cointinue to work through the night and this weekend to complete the bridge. o happening now. the yosemite fire continues to grow. as firefighters continue to battle for control. here's the latest. the "rim fire" is now almost 193 -thousand acres. evacuation advisories have actually been lifted in tuolomne city. ponderosa hills remains under the orders. and of the 48 -hundred people fighting the rim fire, almost se
speechless. lauren visits a site in washington that you probably see every day. >> got a penny? then you have a copy of one of our most moving national memorials. [ cash register dings ] the image of president abraham lincoln and his memorial are also etched onto the $5 bill, but the contribution lincoln made to this country can't be measured in dollars and cents. >> lincoln was the person who persevered the most. he's the one who was the glue, in essence, that kept this country from falling apart and separating into two very different countries. >> lincoln saw the nation through its biggest crisis -- the civil war. he decided the only way to survive as the united states was to abolish slavery. his most famous speech, the gettysburg address, is inscribed on the south wall. national parks spokesperson bill line says visitors are visibly moved by the power of lincoln's words. >> part of what is written there as to how he realizes that the nation is on the precipice of possibly falling apart, of possibly dividing into two nations and how much that is causing angst and worry and how much he's wre
dallas triple digits mostly sunny skies low eighties for washington d.c.. back here in the bay area air 7 day around the bay forecast indicates a cool down begins wednesday. we are back in the mid '80s for the warmest inland spot as we had as a saturday and sunday. >>darya: 620. it's a good thing that you can take a bart. bart is running this morning and this whole week as the strike is not on holdlate last night, governor jerry brown issued an order for an investigation into the contract dispute between bart management and its unions. that means there will not be a strike for seven days and that trains will be running this morning. after seven days, the governor will decide whether period. key sticking points in the labor dispute include pensions and health care costs. >>james:san mateo police are searching for a 16-year-old boy who walked away from a juvenile detention facility. the boy left the log cabin youth camp, a minimum security facility in la honda around 6:30 last night. he is described as a black male wearing a burgundy shirt and tan pants. the sheriff's office is asking the p
alarm bells across washington. al qaeda leader ayman al=zawahiri, believed to be in pakistan. communicating with the head of al qaeda in yemen about a terror attack. >> catherine: that man, once osama bin laden's personal secretary, is reportedly now the second in command in the organization world wide. it >> may well be this a naser al-wuhayshi's coming out party as the number two of al >> catherine: qaeda. the wording indicated the preparations are in the final stages. >>it basically could be in europe. it could be in the united states. it could be a series of combined attacks. so, we need to be ready for everything. >> catherine: the u-s response has gone beyond the worldwide travel warning and closing embassies defense secretary chuck hagel ordered u.s. forces in spain and italy onto a higher state of alert. fifteen-hundred marines on board three navy warships in the red sea will now remain off the coast of yemen, ready to react. >> catherine: u-s intelligence officials have said he could be the most dangerous terrorist america faces. ibraham al-asiri, only 31- years old
his 'i have a dream' speech during the march on washington. we'll have a live report from the nation's capitol. and women are among the fastest growing demographic in people participating in fantasy football. we will have a live interview with yahoo sports reporter melanie collins. israelis are preparing for the worst in case there's another chemical attack involving syria. we'll have the very latest on the situation overseas. [ male announcer ] with at&t, you're sure to get a better bundle. just choose the 2, 3, even 4 services you want to build the bundle that works for you. [ female announcer ] call at&t now! choose a u-verse triple play bundle for just $79 a month, our new low price. get the same great price for 2 years. plus, switch today and get a total home dvr included for life. [ male announcer ] with u-verse high speed internet connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices to your wireless gateway and save on smartphone and tablet data usage at home. and now choose from internet speeds up to 45 megs, our fastest speed ever. with u-verse tv, you can record up to four shows at once
, the public is invited onto the marines' oldest military post. called "marine barracks washington," the post was established in 1801 to protect our nation's capital. >> in this day and age, we are more famous for our ceremonial marching units and our musical units -- "the commandant's own" and "the president's own" u.s. marine band. >> and during evening parade, both bands get to strut their stuff. [ rhythmic drumming ] officially called the u.s. marine band, it was created by an act of congress in 1798. >> we played for john adams and his wife and a small party of guests before john adams left office, but it was really thomas jefferson, who took office right after that, that gave us the name "the president's own." >> the president needed his own musical unit to perform at different white house functions for foreign dignitaries and those that may attend, well, his very nice estate. >> we've played at every inaugural since thomas jefferson, and i believe that's 52 inaugurations over 210 years. so we're very proud of that fact, as well. >> the marine band is composed of people from all over th
for years when the washington post co. sold for $1.2010. >> we will be right back. in 20 >> we will be right back. align welcome back. the time is 4:45 a.m.. here is a look at the golden gate bridge. it is a little misty outside. >> we are dealing with areas of drizzle along the coastline. it is a foggy start for most of us. we will see this once the sun comes up we will have overcast conditions. the temperatures are cooler. some of the north bay area's are waking up to upper 40's. today, santa rosa will become in at 53 degrees. we will see temperatures in the upper 50s. 60 degrees in san jose. as with all these numbers into the afternoon it will be a another mild day. if you like sunday's for casual like today's. you can expect mainly sunny skies however clouds will roll in. livermore will have a high of 82 degrees. we will keep tipsters and upper 70's for redwood city. 64 degrees in half moon bay. my later on tonight things will be chilly so you should bundle up. we are in the 50's for oakland and downtown san francisco by 8:00 p.m. tonight. you should be prepared for that. >> here is what
called the fear traveling to atlanta. washington d.c. a high of 88. pretty good conditions across the entire country. necker in the bay area air 7 day around the bay forecast highlights of that the labor day weekend forecast expects temperatures to cool and continuing to " and into monday itself with a 10 to 20 percent chance of showers >>james: many fast food employees around the bay area will be back at work this morning. we'llyou test on the nationwide strike. and union city police are looking for a woman who is involved in an home invasion scam. details coming up. firefighters continue to battle the rim fire. details on containment coming up. the rim fire in and around yosemite national park continues to grow, however firefighters are making progress. mandatory evacuations for toulmne and willow springs have been lifted. here's what we know. the fire has charred over the blaze is now 33-percent contained, and fire crews estimate full containment by friday, september 20th. kron4's philippe djegal reports from tuolomne county. fire crews are working at a fever pitch to protect t
.r. snack aclittli big br.r. >> pam: academy award winner denzel washington and mark wahlberg are teaming up. and the smurfs are back in theaters for more shenanigans. carl azuz has a preview of now showing. >> reporter: for high octane action and comedic dialogue --- check out "2 guns" this weekend. the thriller stars denzel washington and mark wahlberg. washington's character, a dea agent has to team up with a naval intelligence officer played by wahlberg. >> what did i ever do to you? >> shot me. >> reporter: their mission. to infiltrate a mexican drug operation and recover millions of dollars. but there is just one problem. neither knows the other is an undercover federal agent. working together also proves difficult for the pair. after they botch their assignment.their superiors want them in jail or dead. "2 guns" is rated r. >> if you're looking for a movie the whole family will enjoy -- try the "smurfs 2". the animated sequel features famous voices like, christina ricci, katy perry, and george lopez. the smurfs team up with their human friends played by neil patrick harris and jayma m
-dot-com founder jeff bay-zos is buying the washington post and 250- million dollars. he's a man with plenty of money -- and he's buying it as an individual. no help needed. the ceo of the washington post called bay-zos a "uniquely good new owner." bay-zos says he understand's the newspaper's 'critical role' in washington - and says its values won't change. >> catherine: the graham family has owned the newspaper since 1933. >> pam: a terrifying scene in southern california. a car plows through a crowd. >> pam: tonight the man police say was behind the wheel during the rampage. then -- for the first time -- details about a possibly >> pam: imminent terror plot. that has led to the closing of american embassies across the globe. >> pam: but first -- a million dollar lotto ticket sold in the bay area. now people flocking to the seemingly lucky store. hoping to strike it rich. >> catherine: he is in jail tonight on a $1 million bail. this is the surveillance video that caught that terrible scene on saturday with 11 and killed 11 people injured. listed closer look uc people enjoy the scene here
's ambassadors remain behind closed doors around the worldful the warning from washington that has everyone concerned. >>> coming up later in the broadcast, the giants playing out the string hosted milwaukee. the as in cincinnati tonight. and the warriors, you look at their schedule. people paying them nothing but respect. what did alex rodriguez do tonight? whether you want to know or not, i'm interested. >> low clouds are set to return tonight, but how long will this fog last? what are you doing back there? ow! that hurt! no, no, no, no. you can't go to school like this, c'mon. don't do it! no! (mom vo) you never know what life's gonna throw at you. if i gotta wear clothes, you gotta wear clothes. (mom vo) that's why i got a subaru. i just pulled up. he did what now? no he's never done that before! oh really? i might have some clothes in the car. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we cou
details. >> reporter: authorities in oregon and washington have issued amber alerts in relation to this case. the maggio expected to be driving a blue nissan. he may in fact be headed north. amber alerts at issue first and organ and extended to washington state court will continue to monitor as we get them. charles clifford kron 4 news. shh >> pam: not going to happen. the white house says president obama has called off plans to meet with russia's vladimir putin. these pictures are from northern ireland in june. catherine heenan is here with the reason behind the rare political snub. >> catherine: the problem isn't just edward snowden. russia's decision to grant asylum to the rogue nsa analyst is just the latest in a range of disputes between moscow and washington. >> catherine: the president chose the tonight show to express his displeasure with russia, >>"there have been times where they slip back into cold war thinking and a cold war mentality. and what i continually say to them and what i say to president putin, that's the past." >> pam: >> catherine: this morning white hous
, authorities in oregon and washington state issued amber alerts for two children who were kidnapped from southern california. the suspect, james demagio is believed to have taken the children this weekend. his vehicle, a blue nissan versa, may have been spotted wednesday in lakeview oregon. it's believed that demagio may have kidnapped 16-year-old hannah anderson and her brother, ethan anderson, this sunday. he is also suspected of killing the children's mother, christina anderson. on sunday, her body was found near a burned out home in boulevard california, east of sunday. the body of a young child was also found at the home but authorities have not found the victim. it's possible the body could be ethan anderson. but without confirmation, authorities are proceeding as if the boy has been taken along with his sister. on monday ai statewide amber alert was issued in california. and authorities suspected that demagio may be fleeing east to texas or north to canada. anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the san diego sheriff's department. >>> a violent home invasion ro
california, oregon and washington state. and for canada. a friend of hannah's said yesterday, dimaggio had made her uncomfortable by saying her. reports that he might have explosive devices -- authorities are being warned if he is tracked down. kron-4 tomorrow at noon. questions about the terror alert that prompted the the middle east. we will carry that news conference on our 24-7 news channel. that's digital channel four- point-2 and comcast channel 193. you can also link to it from our website -- kron-4 dot com. bang bang bang. cont. what happened and why it an animal cruelty case so bad, even the officers involved couldn't bear the sight of it. dog's happy ending. and the bay area is less than 24 hours away from paul mccartney appearing at the outside lands festival. we'll take you behind the scenes. to look elsewhere will be ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's amer
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win game. 1 hour and 17 minutes delayed and they get it going again. 4-2, washington a winner tonight. jenkins and we'll directed on the air of the great staff, we have to have vernon saying that. kaepernick in kansas city playing smith on friday night. jenkins last year of the number 1 draft choice has to do something and he has to do it fast, he's not producing so far in his career, this is the second season, all eyes on jenkins coming up. real quick. dufner, everyone talked about him after he won the pga. what a beautiful wife, well, sure. if i was a woman i would go for a golfer. look at jason right now, i don't know if i want him there. he's with the trophy and he kisses his wife. >> good night everybody. [ music no mics ] at farmers we make you smarter about insurance, because what you dont know can hurt you. what if you didn't know that it's smart to replace washing-machine hoses every five years? what if you didn't know that you might need extra coverage for more expensive items? and what if you didn't know that teen drivers are four times more likely to get into an accident?
at this year's hempfest in seattle. since marijuana is now legal in washington, police cannot hand out tickets for illegal possession at the festival. instead, the seattle police plan on handing out doritos to attendees. the department says it's not just an effort to satisfy the munchies. atthey want people to check out a question-and-answer on the bags. this is an effort to get a conversation going about washington's new law that allows marijuana use by adults 21 and over. as many as 85-thousand her people are expected to attend this weekend's festivities. today is the 44th anniversary of woodstock. these are pictures of the performers back in 19-69. the spirit of the concert is again drawing thousands of people to bethel island. they will spend the weekend there for the annual anniversary reunion. during the three day weekend 44 years ago, 32 acts played in front of nearly 400-thousand people. on this day in 1945, hostilities came to an end on august 15th, 19-45, japanese emperor hirohito told his people he had accepted the unconditional s has his surrender demanded by the allies. herthis vi
-3. their 17 games back at the dodgers but none the less, they get out of washington with the win and they're in florida this week. the a's lose two in a row for houston so they're best coming back strong today as they're fighting for the playoff 3-0 for nothing. he had a single and a double and a home run. of course, a triple for the cyce , sunny gray of the individual story, this was his home debutte, the young kid everyone says of all the a's piper, he's the one with the most up. nine strike outs and -- but, they're still up for wild card spot. replay, it is about to come to baseball. major league ball is going to say next year we'll institute so instead of the manager coming out like melvin coming out a couple of times this week that he had to do, there will be someone in new york who watches the game and makes a quick ruling. you won't have the umpire having them running back to the locker room and someone in new york will then tell the head umpire he's out and he's safe and good call and bad call and the manager can come out and appeal. until you see how it is instituted, it sounds o
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is now legal in washington, police cannot hand out tickets for illegal possession at the festival. instead, the seattle police plan on handing out doritos to attendees. the department says it's not just an effort to satisfy the munchies. they want people to check out a question-and-answer on the bags. this is an effort to get a conversation going about washington's new law that allows marijuana use by adults 21 and over. as many as 85-thousand people are expected to attend this weekend's festivities. >> you hand out fliers. you hand out garridodoritos. >> i guess what they're are works.what ever works. >> we will be right back. female narrator: the mattress price wars are on the mattress price wars are on at sleep train. we challenged the manufacturers to offer even lower prices. now it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with big savings of up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. plus, free same-day delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. when brands compete, you save. mattress price wars are on now at sleep t
and news anytime you need it. download it today. scientists at the smithsonian in washington have discovered of a new species of mammal. this cute, furry animal is called an olinguito. it's considered a small member of the raccoon family and lives in the treetops of the andes mountains. it features big eyes, red- orange fur, weighs about two pounds and is a little smaller than a house cat. researchers found it eats primarily fruits, but also insects and nectar. the olinguito is the first mammalian carnivore species to be newly identified in the americas in 35 years. zoologists say it has been seen before in museums and aken for its sister species, the olingo from out of the ring to just plain out. the stunning announcement taking the wrestling world by storm. a wwe wrestler named darren young surprised an interviewer today by casually mentioning that he's gay. will be back after the break on it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet. walter likes to download fix-it videos... and watch "boardwalk empire." it helps sam with math... [ beeping ] ...and online gaming. and suze
advice. as the new school year gets going, food, for thought. according to registered washington's children's starting the day with at least one food from one of must. and having two or three is easier than parents think. an example could be something like as easy as an whole grain granola bar. a little variety goes a long way in a lunch box, and can keep kids from seeking sugary snacks elsewhere. i talk to a lot of kids who just get really sick of their turkey sandwich or cheese sandwich day in and day out. so maybe varying it, maybe not always doing a sandwich, but some sort of dipper, like for example, peanut butter or almond butter. you could dip a fruit in there, you could dip a whole grain in there. and that makes it a little bit more exciting, a little bit more interesting. advises framing discussions differently. whether it's sports, their academic performance, their mood or energy level, you want to talk about how that could impact what they care about. we want to have them more involved in the discussion, along with these actual choices, whenever introduce them to diffe
the washington post co. sold it for $1 in 2010 >> the obama administration stepped in and overturned a looming ban on older apple i-phones and ipads. the ban was put in place by the international trade commission. it stemmed from a patent dispute on wireless communications between the i-phone maker and samsung. it's the first time the president has stepped in on an i-t-c decision since 1987. >> the time the 7:26 a.m.. here is a live look at the traffic on the bay bridge. george has been covering this hot spot because an accident that happened at sixth street. bart is running which is our other big story. we will be right back with more. i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. to speak my language. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. quiero que me hagas sentir segura. i want you to be awesome. that's the doctor i want. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and thrive. >> welcome back. the time is 7:30 a.m.. here is at li
a sweater handy. >> as we take a look that the travel forecast, you can expect thunderstorms and washington d.c.. the temperatures will be in the '80s. chicago weather afternoon high of 85 degrees. upper 70 degrees for december.nver. will be backn the '80s as we head into the weekend. it is still cooler than where we should be. >> you will notice that there is a backups are into former at the bay bridge toll plaza. the mimic freeway is still looking good. the me realize have not yet been activated.meteringt been activated. the traffic will start to build on the right-hand side. southbound 101 at the golden gate bridge is still looking good. westbound 580 is doing okay. >> the f-b-i is asking for the publics help to catch two sets of bank robbers who they believe are responsible for robbing a string of banks in the bay area. police say a group of at least three men known as "the high jumper bandits" robbed at least four banks in san francisco and one in millbrae. and some of these robberies have been very violent. the f-b-i says, one of these suspects was responsible for pistol whipping a ba
and washington states. the suspect in the case, 40-year-old james dimaggio, is believed to have taken those children this past weekend. dimaggio's vehicle, a blue ♪ i, i got it, i got it made ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say [ male announcer ] nothing better than a subway bacon, egg & cheese with avocado made before your eyes. subway. eat fresh. ethan anderson on sunday. the suspect is also wanted for killing the children's mother. on sunday her body was found in this burned out home just east of san diego the body of a young child was also found at the home but authorities have not yet identified that victim. anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the san diego sheriff's department. >>mark:a change of venue. that's what san diego mayor bob filner wants done about a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against him. his lawyer is asking the case be moved to neighboring imperial county, saying it would be difficult to find an impartial jury in san diego county. the plaintiff's lawyer gloria allred plans to oppose the
's mother died of cancer years earlier. brian todd, cnn washington bay area hospitals are being told to be on alert after a woman tried to pass off as a nurse at a san jose medical center. 29 year old crystal cook was found in scrubs and wearing a stethoscope and a fake nurses badge at valley medical center. sheriff's deputies arrested cook, who has no medical background, on suspicion of a pair of misdemeanors. she's since been released. it does not appear cook got access to any secure areas like the e-r and there's no sign she treated anyone. a traveling hospital technician accused of infecting dozens of patients with hepatitis c through needles tainted with his own blood has reached an agreement. david kwiatkowski could get a sentence of as little as 30 years instead of the nearly 100 he could have faced if convicted in a trial. kwiatkowski is accused of stealing painkiller syringes from an exeter hospital lab in new hampshire and replacing them with blood- tainted saline. thirty-two patients in new hampshire have been diagnosed with kwiatkowski's strain of hepatitis c. there have
sketches of his sentencing. manning's lawyer says he'll ask a military commander in washington to reduce the punishment. and plea to the white house to pardon manning or commute his sentence for time served. ♪ i, i got it, i got it made ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say [ male announcer ] nothing better than a subway bacon, egg & cheese with avocado made freshly before your eyes. want egg whites, chipotle southwest sauce, banana peppers... hey, you say it we'll make it. subway. eat fresh. ♪ at subway subway. eat fresh. could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. mmmhmmm...everybody knows that. well, did you know that old macdonald was a really bad speller? your word is...cow. cow. cow. c...o...w... ...e...i...e...i...o. [buzzer] dangnabbit. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. has admitted that it was ordered to stop collecting thousands of internet communications from americans who have no co
, worth 1- point-8 billion. the washington redskins are in third with 1-point-7 billion. closer to home. the 49ers are 10th. worth an estimated 1-point-2 billion. and at the very bottom of the list. the oakland raiders. who are still worth an estimated $825 million. consumer demand for gold is at a record high as prices dipped. global demand is up there that-is up 53% from the same time last year. most of that demand came from china and india where consumers rushed to buy three. in gold bars. the price of gold is currently trading at $1,330 per ounce. that's down about 30% from its all-time high. the precious metal is typically seen as a safe haven for investors during difficult economic times. we'll be right it is 445. in san francisco, a cyclist has pled guilty to felony manslaughter charges for striking into a pedestrian last year. kron4's job for no cleo was at the courthouse for the sentencing and brings us the latest. >>: district attorney george gascoigne referring to a 37 year-old chris drew carey who pled guilty to vehicular manslaughter today sentenced to three years' probatio
clients. jpmorgan says it is fully cooperating with regulators. >> washington already has the nation's highest state minimum wage at $9.19 an hour. now, there's a push in seattle, at least, to make it $15. that would mean fast food workers, retail clerks, baristas and other minimum wage workers would get what protesters demanded when they shut down a handful of city restaurants in may and others called for when they demonstrated nationwide in july. so far, the city council and mayoral candidates have said they'd consider it in the famously liberal city. one said, however, that it may not be soon. supporters say the move would be good for the economy, by putting more money in the hands of regular consumers. but some businesses advocates say a higher minimum wage will make it harder for companies to survive. >> a volcano in japan is erupting and sending a thick cloud of ash over a nearby city. this is mount sakurajima -- it started blowing its top yesterday. residents of kagoshima are used to this sort of thing -- the volcano is one of the most-active in japan. the english-language new
'll ask a military commander in washington to reduce the punishment. and plea to the white house to pardon manning or commute his sentence for time served. the obama administration has given up more of its surveillance secrets. and has admitted that it was ordered to stop collecting thousands of internet communications from ken connection to terrorism. the national security agency declassified three opinions has yesterday from a secret court that oversees government surveillance. one of the opinions from 20-11 shows the n-s-a was collecting more data than it was legally allowed to. hamas made mistakes in its data collection process because it couldn't separate information that was entirely domestic. closing arguments are set to begin today in the trial of an army psychiatrist accused in the 2009 shooting rampage at fort hood. a military jury could start deliberations in the case of has army maj. nidal hasan. hasan is acting as his own attorney but forfeited the right to present a case. military prosecutors produced more than 700 pieces of evidence against hasan during the 12-day hasan has
: how a major civil rights milestone was marked in washington. then -- why the sister of an accused kidnapper. says her brother was only trying to save hannah anderson. and, which bay area city is looking to ban whole milk in some places. >> pam: and -- kron4 is counting down to the shutdown. less than three hours to bay bridge closure. ngll lk at how far the new bridge project has come -- since the loma prieta quake collapsed part of the old one. unbelievable. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep to fall asleep. and i always worried that i was creating an overcrowded sheep farm. in my head... never looked like that farmer took proper care of those sheep. too much? a little. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. it's back for a limited time! fire grilled steak and golden all-you-can-eat shrimp for an incredible $9.99! only at sizzler! >> catherine: thousands of americans gathered
was in 1961. >> thousands marked the 50- th anniversary of the march on washington at the national mall. president barack obama commemorated doctor martin luther king junior's "i have a dream" speech at the event. during obama's speech, he talked about the lasting legacy of the 1963 march. >> because they marched, america became more free and more fair not just for african americans, but for women and latinos, asians and native americans, for catholics, jews and muslims, for gays, for americans with disabilities. america changed for you and for me and the entire world drew strength from that example. linepresident obama was one of several speakers at the ceremony. he joined past presidents jimmy carter and bill clinton as well as oprah winfrey and martin luther king junior's children. >> house speaker john boehner says he wants answers from president obama about possible u-s military action in syria. boehner says he wants a "clear, unambiguous explanation" of how military action will secure u-s interests. the president says he is still discussing whether to launch a military strike agai
. in washington, i'm shannon travis. >> jacqueline: temperatures are going to state what the same. if you own facebook stock - today. we'll show you the numbers that are blowing away the nay-sayers. after the break. also ahead-- the bay area company teaming up with starbucks to boost wi-fi speed at its coffee shops. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: now for today's market update. u-s stocks ended mixed today. but capped off a great month. july was still the best month for the market since january. here ar
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